SECNAV Mabus WARNS President-Elect Trump!

In an attempt to protect President Obama’s social engineering experiments on the United States Navy, Secretary of the Navy, Ray Mabus warned President-Elect Trump against any attempts to roll back the programs. In his liberal progressive mindset, they have been doing all the right things to strengthen the Navy. Conservatives don’t see it that way. Moral is suffering.

As Written By Jonah Bennett for Daily Caller:

‘So, if it gets rolled back, you’re weakening the United States military’

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus said recently in a December interview that while GOP President-elect Donald Trump can roll back social change in the military, doing so will make the force weaker.

Mabus, who has served in the position longer than anyone since World War I, has overseen significant social changes in the military and caused a lot of consternation in the process. Now, in a wide-ranging interview with The Washington Post, he’s warning that if Trump rolls back social change in the military, he should admit that it will damage the force.

“You make the decisions you think are right, right now, regardless what you think is going to happen in the future,” Mabus said. “But we are stronger because of this integration. That is undeniably true. So, if it gets rolled back, you’re weakening the United States military. You’re weakening the Navy. You’re weakening the Marine Corps. If that’s what you want to do, okay. But you have ……

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SecNavy: Rolling Back Social Change Will Weaken Military | The Daily Caller

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